The new book by beloved broadcaster Judy Bailey on finding health and happiness as we age


An inspiring and personal guide to ageing well and with happiness, by national treasure Judy Bailey

When beloved broadcaster Judy Bailey signed off her final news bulletin in 2005, she had no idea that the next years would be some of the most fulfilling of her life.

In Evolving Judy shares new science and personal stories that have shaped her own path into older age. She tackles subjects like taking care of your body and mind through to organising finances, navigating health scares, grieving loved ones and enjoying the finer things.

Age is no picnic but we shouldn't feel afraid of a path so many have walked before us. This book is Judy's inspiring, informative take on embracing our next stage in life.

About the author(s)

Judy Bailey (ONZM) is a writer and former broadcaster living in Auckland. She fronted primetime news for twenty-six years, becoming one of the most recognised faces in New Zealand. On leaving TVNZ, she co-presented Māori Television's ANZAC Day programme for many years. She is a founding member and patron of Brainwave Trust Aotearoa, and an active patron of organisations including the National Collective of Women's Refuges, Hospice North Shore, Skylight Trust, the Grief Centre and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. She is married to producer and director Chris Bailey, with whom she has three children and seven grandchildren.

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